Best Western Kemaris
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Highly recommend..clean, friendly,great food...loved it..easy to get around the city
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... the way. Having said that there was one couple we connected with and spent quite a bit of time with over the next six weeks of the journey, Carrie and Gordon. We will speak of them in a later blog.
Day 2 we completed the walk over the Pyrenees to Roncevalles in Spain which is quite a large aubergue(180 beds) that has been around for centuries. It was a very wealthy monastery that has served the pilgrim population as its primary mission. The ...
... Given the number of incidents in the tunnel over the past couple of years I suspect the track is not being maintained as it should be. Nevertheless we had time to eat our sandwiches during the journey and I was able to fit the continental deflectors to the headlamps.
We emerged at Calais to clear skies and bitter cold, and immediately filled up with French diesel, which even at motorway prices was only £1.01 a ...
It was a fairly quick trip across borders to St Jean de Luz, a lovely town, and certainly easy to spend a couple of days, which we did on a relaxed campsite, doing very little!
Getting to Biarritz, famed for it's surf and glitzy lifestyle, held a lot of
expectations, but it didn't disappoint. And I suppose it's hard not
to on the beautiful day we arrived. Golden Sands and glistening clear
... rather than the official timing mat. Now, those who ride with John back home know that he is famous for taking sneaky shortcuts. He will be with you in a bunch one minute, then disappear. Next thing you know, he will pop out of some side street up ahead and be in front of the bunch. We do joke that he has published a list of "John's shortcuts" for the Canberra cycling community. He might have to issue an international edition. Poor ...
... were closed for a winter break. We didn’t find any menus tempting us for lunch, but there was a crêpe place that had looked tasty. We headed back and decided to have lunch there. There was just one lady working and we hoped she had more help in the summer! We could watch her making the crêpes over the counter. Minh-Yen and I opted for the ham, cheese & egg crêpe while Anoop went for the bacon, cheese & egg crêpe. ...